• NUURA Rizzatto 32 Satin Brass/Opal White
  • NUURA Rizzatto 32 Satin Brass/Opal White
  • NUURA Rizzatto 32 Satin Brass/Opal White
  • NUURA Rizzatto 32 Satin Brass/Opal White
  • NUURA Rizzatto 32 Satin Brass/Opal White
  • NUURA Rizzatto 32 Satin Brass/Opal White

NUURA Rizzatto 32 Satin Brass/Opal White


Description

Brand: NUURA
Model: Rizzatto
Design by Paolo Rizzatto

Ordering time: 10 -12 weeks

The Rizzatto collection comprises two pendants and a ceiling light. The organic shapes created by mouth-blown glass are one feature all three have in common. The pendants comprise brass-coloured anodised aluminium and mouth-blown glass. The light unfolds from its source, and diffuses wonderfully through the opal-white glass, creating soft, comfortable quality lighting. Two of the pendants are height-adjustable, making them versatile for use in private homes or public places. The ceiling light is mounted directly on the ceiling, making it possible to create unique, decorative ceiling lighting.

Materials:
Glass / Metal

Color:
Optic Clear / Nordic Gold

Dimensions:
Dia.300 x H448 mm
Ceiling plate dia.145mm
Cable length 4000mm

Light source:
G9 (Bulbs not included)

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Paolo Rizzatto was born in Milan in 1941, where he studied for his degree in architecture at Milan Polytechnic in 1965 when he was 24. Rizzatto works as a freelance in the fields of architecture, interiors, design, lighting and teaching. He founded Luceplan together with Riccardo Sarfatti in 1978.

“Throughout my extensive career as a lighting designer, I have received many invitations to work with lots of different stakeholders in the lighting sector: multinational corporations and companies of all sizes. I had not considered these offers since 1978, when I founded my previous company, Luceplan. Until now,” - Paolo Rizatto.

His architecture and design projects form part of permanent exhibitions and numerous museums: architectural associations in London, Milano Triennale, Wave Hill Museum Centre in New York, the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.